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Haki R. Madhubuti founded Third World Press Foundation, the oldest independent publisher of Black thought and literature in the country, in 1967. For more than 50 years, Third World Press has brought the reading public books that encourage creativity, inspire intellect, engender pride and spur engaged and informed critical debate over issues of race, culture, politics, and social health.  Their promise and claim has been that they are not to let the few precious, motionless moments pass them without reading for their knowledge, interest, or entertainment.

The tittles that TWP publish are indeed indicative of their pledge and steadfast goal to remain committed to giving insightful, progressive works by and about people of the African Diaspora a platform.  The titles below are just a small sample of the work they have published over the years.


Progressive Black Publishing Since 1967

Third World Press
7822 S. Dobson Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60619  

Phone: 773-651-0700  -  Fax: 773-651-7286
http://thirdworldpressfoundation.com/

Click for more detail about Testing African American Students by Asa G. Hilliard III
Testing African American Students
by Asa G. Hilliard III
Click for more detail about Meditations And Ascensions: Black Writers On Writing by Brenda M. Greene and Fred Beauford
Meditations And Ascensions: Black Writers On Writing
by Brenda M. Greene and Fred Beauford
Click for more detail about Rebirth of African Civilization by Chancellor Williams
Rebirth of African Civilization
by Chancellor Williams
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Afrolantica Legacies
by Derrick Bell
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1996
by Gloria Naylor
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Maud Martha
by Gwendolyn Brooks
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Blacks
by Gwendolyn Brooks
Click for more detail about Tiger Who Wore White Gloves by Gwendolyn Brooks
Tiger Who Wore White Gloves
by Gwendolyn Brooks
Click for more detail about Don’t Cry, Scream by Haki Madhubuti
Don’t Cry, Scream
by Haki Madhubuti
Click for more detail about Journey to Africa by Hoyt Fuller
Journey to Africa
by Hoyt Fuller
Click for more detail about Honoring the Ancestors by James E. Cherry
Honoring the Ancestors
by James E. Cherry
Click for more detail about My Life in Search of Africa by John Henrik Clarke
My Life in Search of Africa
by John Henrik Clarke
Click for more detail about Paradox Of Loyalty: An African American Response To The War On Terrorism by Julianne Malveaux, Regina Green and Gwendolyn Brooks
Paradox Of Loyalty: An African American Response To The War On Terrorism
by Julianne Malveaux, Regina Green and Gwendolyn Brooks
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Black Anglo-Saxons
by Nathan Hare
Click for more detail about Home/Bass: Poems by Sterling D. Plumpp
Home/Bass: Poems
by Sterling D. Plumpp
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Velvet Bebop Kente Cloth
by Sterling D. Plumpp
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Ornate With Smoke
by Sterling D. Plumpp
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Hornman
by Sterling D. Plumpp
Click for more detail about Black Rituals by Sterling D. Plumpp
Black Rituals
by Sterling D. Plumpp
Click for more detail about An Onion Of Wars by Tony Medina
An Onion Of Wars
by Tony Medina







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